Can you see me in the country? I can't do it. It's not a crime.
-He was a good man. You were too blind to see.
And he was too blind to see me. He was lacking ambition, and he had a foul temper. A little like you.
I'll introduce you to our head midwife, Jean-Christophe Lefébur. Soon we won't say ‟midwife” anymore. The term will be officially replaced by ‟birth technician.”
-So I've heard.
Like pink coats. It's passé! We already have a good hundred midwives, and a team of ultrasonographers, nurses and nurses' aides. But that won't impact your application. To the contrary! We hope to surpass the 4,000 mark this year.
Don't worry. You won't have to work weekends. You can have professional training if you like.
-What I'd like, is to put my experience at the service of young pregnant women.
Experience doesn't count much nowadays compared to new technologies. The world is changing! I believe that tomorrow's medical world will barely resemble the one you knew.